Fishing that consists of letting a hook drop and sink into the water and reeling it back in to simulate the movement of a small fish.
Stick whose length and sturdiness varies with the kind of fishing being done; it is used to cast a hook carried along by a weight, sinker or spinner far over the water.
Large-diameter circle used to guide the slack line.
Metal tubing into which the male ferrule fits to join the two sections of the rod (butt section and tip section).
Metal tubing that fits into the female ferrule to join the two sections of the rod (butt section and tip section).
Part used to pick up and handle the rod.
screw locking nut
Ring used to hold the reel in place on the reel seat.
Device that attaches the reel to the rod.
Circle at the end of a spinning rod’s tip.